By Jeff Weiner, Orlando Sentinel
12:06 a.m. EST, August 24, 2012
Anthony will no longer be under law-enforcement supervision and is free to go where she chooses. Where she'll go — and what she'll do for the rest of her life — remains a mystery to the public, and her attorney acknowledged her plans remain in flux.
"Her future plans are the subject of serious deliberation and discussion," Greene told the Orlando Sentinel on Wednesday. "I have sincere concerns as to her safety."
Florida Department of Corrections officials have declined to comment on the end date or time of Anthony's probation term, but said Wednesday that she was still under supervision."